Crack the Sky
18 Shouts - 67,489 Scrobbles
Crack the Sky is a 1970s band from Steubenville, Ohio (later adopted by Baltimore area radio) which released several minor-hit albums. Their self-titled debut garnered the "Album of the Year" award from Rolling Stone magazine. Unfortunately, Crack the Sky remained a regional phenomenon, especially in the Baltimore area. Since dissolving around 1980, lead singer John Palumbo has continued releasing albums under the "Crack the Sky" moniker. History 1970s
User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- LyricsWell, I was talking to a mirror image of what supposedly was to be me; and
the eyes and the nose and the insignificant clothes supported the testimony. He said, "You're doing fine, you know.
You've got an okay mind, you know.
And I would hate to see you throw it away.
You'd better hold on.
- Animal Skins - (3:34) - 272 plays
- Surf City - (9:55) - 171 plays
- Nuclear Apathy - (4:54) - 170 plays
- Ice - (13:15) - 166 plays
- Safety In Numbers - (6:29) - 123 plays
- Sea Epic - (6:22) - 130 plays
- She’s A Dancer - (3:54) - 102 plays
- Lighten Up Mcgraw - (8:12) - 115 plays
- Hot Razors In My Heart - (4:47) - 107 plays